Two more accused Arrested in Praveen Nettarus murder case Mangaluru: Two more accused in the Nettaru murder case have been arrested Mangaluru: Two more accused in the Nettaru murder case have been arrested The arrested have been identified as Abid (22) from Navoor, Sullia, and Naufal (28) from Gaurihole, Bellare. The investigation is still going  The post Two more accused Arrested in Praveen Nettarus murder case appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
The Covid orphans were admitted under the PM Cares Children Scheme in 2022, with Madhya Pradesh admitting over 60 children, followed by Uttar Pradesh with 17 and Karnataka with 16.
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Restrictions Imposed on Businesses Withdrawn, but Section 144 Extended till 14 Aug Mangaluru: As per Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner Dr Rajendra KV and Mangaluru Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar, the restrictions imposed on shops and establishments in the district have been withdrawn effective 8 August. The DC on Sunday lifted the restrictions imposed on shops  The post Restrictions Imposed on Businesses Withdrawn, but Section 144 Extended till 14 Aug appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
The Dakshina Kannada district police have arrested two more persons in connection with the Praveen Nettaru murder case.
Karnataka on Sunday reported 1,837 fresh Covid-19 cases and four fatalities, taking the cumulative infections and deaths to 4,020,087 and 40,118 respectively, the health department said.
The DC on Sunday lifted the restrictions imposed on shops including liquor shops in the wake of peace prevailing in the district in the past few days.
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The organisation will consist of renowned experts from industry, technology, innovation, skill development, clean energy, employment, infrastructure, gender equality, planning, economics, social welfare, rural development, education, health and agriculture.
The total distance that the yatra would cover in a week between August 9 and 15 is around 75 km
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Seventh Day Novena Before Feast of St Lawrence Held at Bondel Church Seventh Day Novena prior to Feast of St Lawrence was held at Bondel Church-Mangalore Theme of 7th Day -Let us accumulate the treasures of heaven in our families and walk on the path of heaven with faith and hope Rev Fr Anthony Serrao,  The post Seventh Day Novena Before Feast of St Lawrence Held at Bondel Church appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
BJP attacks Kejriwal for non-supply of water at Montenegro consulat New Delhi: Days after Consulate of Montenegro raised a complaint regarding non-supply of water, BJP national vice-president Baijayant Jay Panda on Sunday said the model that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal boasts about in every state he visits has ultimately become A Model of Global Embarrassment.  The post BJP attacks Kejriwal for non-supply of water at Montenegro consulate appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Metals and mining baron and Chairman of Vedanta Group, Anil Agarwal, says the consulting firm BCG is helping them evaluate competing offers from Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat for setting up a semiconductor manufacturing plant jointly with their partner Foxconn. He adds the group received multiple expression of interests for the controversial Sterlite plant in Tamil Nadu, which it is seeking to divest. Excerpts:
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Idgah Maidan Row The order said that Karnataka State Board of Auqaf did not submit necessary documents despite multiple notices. TNM Staff Hindu outfits in Bengaluru gathered in Chamarajpet near the Idgah maidan to celebrate an order passed by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palikes (BBMP) Joint Commissioner (West), S M Srinivas stating the ownership of the land is now vested with the Karnataka Revenue Department. The order was passed on August 6. The groups gathered at the maidan on August 7 and burst crackers and distributed sweets to locals. The order dated August 6, 2022 says that the Karnataka State Board of Auqaf (Wakf) was given seven days to furnish the document. The time allotted for them to appear before the BBMP with the required documentation was extended for an additional five days since they failed to do so earlier. The order stated that the Wakf board members had only presented the Supreme Court orders, which was insufficient despite several extensions. The BBMP has dismissed their requests, stating that the Supreme Court judgement from 1964 only granted congregational rights to the Muslim community and did not confer ownership rights, because the board had not provided the necessary documentation showing ownership. In June this year, Hindu organisations requested permission from the BBMP to organise celebrations for all religions on the property, which rekindled the dispute over the site which has been going on for several decades. The royal Wodeyar family of Mysuru gave the Muslim community more than 10 acres of land many years ago to be used as a cemetery and for Eidgah. After a lengthy legal dispute that lasted for decades, the Supreme Court finally decided that the land belongs to the Central Muslim Association (CMA) in 1964. After the cemetery was moved to a new position close to Mysore Road over time, the land's size decreased to two acres and 10 guntas. Therefore, all that was left was a space where Eid prayers could be delivered in front of an already-existing minar. The public uses the area for a variety of activities, such as cow grazing and as a playground. The Idgah Maidan is listed in the 1974 city survey documents as a playground with a khata in the name of the BBMP, suggesting that the area is a public property owned by the city corporation. The Karnataka State Board of Auqaf, according to the BBMP, should have represented themselves and declared their ownership of the land during the 1974 survey, or they might have asserted their claim at a later time and had the khata transferred in their name, which has not been done. The Karnataka State Board of Auqaf disputed that the Idgah Maidan's two acres and 10 guntas of land are officially recognised Wakf properties in the wake of the Idgah Maidan controversy. The Central Muslim Association (CMA), who have looked after the Idgah maidan, has provided a number of documentation to support their ownership. This includes a Supreme Court decision from 1964 that apparently rejected a plan to build on the site and a subsequent Wakf gazette notification from June 7, 1965, identifying the property as a Wakf property. Despite this, there was misunderstanding, because the area was listed as a playground in the 1974 survey and civic records. Following the recent order, the BBMP now says that any dispute that the Wakf board has over the ownership of the land must be taken up with the Karnataka Revenue Department.
A group of villagers are seen wading through chest-deep water, carrying a corpse on their shoulders, in a heart-breaking video from a village in Karnataka.
Karnataka Congress Chief DK Shivakumar along with former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah participated in a bike rally in Chikkaballapur on August 06. The rally was organised by the District Congress Wing to celebrate India's 75th Independence Day.
A group of villagers are seen wading through chest-deep water, carrying a corpse on their shoulders, in a heart-breaking video from a village in Karnataka. The scene highlights a recurring problem of this village, which falls under the constituency of state home minister Araga Jnanendra.
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Arebhashe Padakosha-Arebashe Kannada-English Dictionary Released at SAC Mangaluru: Arebhashe dictionary titled Arebhashe Padakosha-Arebashe Kannada-English Dictionary, published by Karnataka Arebhashe Samskruti and Sahitya Academy, was released at St Aloysius College on 6 August 6 2022. The dictionary is an important document in preserving the Arebhashe language. The book was released by B A Vivek Rai- Former  The post Arebhashe Padakosha-Arebashe Kannada-English Dictionary Released at SAC appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Doha Indian Cultural center as part of the mega celebration for the Azadi ki Amrut Mahotsav organized an Art, Postcard, and Rangoli competition Doha : Indian Cultural center as part of the mega celebration for the Azadi ki Amrut Mahotsav organized an Art, Postcard, and Rangoli competition at Bhavans Public School on  The post Doha Indian Cultural Center Mark Azadi ki Amrut Mahotsav with Various Contests appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
BJP & Congress Corporators Raise Voices Related to Water Shortage & Flash Floods Mangaluru: Corporators from the ruling BJP and Congress in the opposition, raised issues related to the recent flash floods, and damage caused to several houses in the city, at a monthly general council meeting of the Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) on Saturday,  The post BJP & Congress Corporators Raise Voices Related to Water Shortage & Flash Floods appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
On July 31, the anti-terror agency had carried out searches at 13 premises of suspected persons across six states -- Bhopal and Raisen in Madhya Pradesh, Bharuch, Surat, Navsari and Ahmedabad in Gujarat, Arariya in Bihar, Bhatkal and Tumkur City in Karnataka, Kolhapur and Nanded in Maharashtra and Deoband in Uttar Pradesh.
Governance The stakeholders consultation meeting will be held on August 11, 2022 and separate time slots will be given for organizations that are interested in making a representation. TNM Staff With Tamil Nadu reporting at least 20 deaths across the state due to losses suffered because of playing online rummy, the Tamil Nadu government has decided to get inputs and hold consultations with the stakeholders regarding a ban and regulating online games. In a press statement issued by the Home, Prohibition and Excise Department, the Government of Tamil Nadu says that leaders from political parties, psychologists and social activists have brought to the attention of the government the ill effects of addiction to online games and gambling. Earlier, a four-member committee led by former Madras High Court Justice K Chandru was constituted by the Tamil government to look into issues related to online gaming and submit a report. The Justice Chandru Committed had submitted its report and recommended ban on online games as these games do not involve any skill and it only leads to addiction. The four-member panel had also recommended that the Tamil Nadu government should take all efforts to ensure that a law against online games is enacted at a national level by mounting pressure on the Union government. Read: TN committed to banning online gambling: Law Minister in Assembly It is in this backdrop that the Tamil Nadu government has decided to get inputs from all the stakeholders. General public, Parents, Teachers, Students, Youth, Psychologists, Social Activists, Online Gaming Service Providers have been invited to have their say on the proposed legislation on online games. The stakeholders consultation meeting will be held on August 11, 2022 and separate time slots will be given for organizations that are interested in making a representation. Of the total 20 deaths due to online gambling, Chennai has reported seven; eight people died of suicide in Coimbatore, Salem, Tirupur and Namakkal districts; four deaths in Tirupattur; and one in Vellore, Tuticorin and Dharmapuri each. If you are aware of anyone facing mental health issues or feeling suicidal, please provide help. Here are some helpline numbers of suicide-prevention organisations that can offer emotional support to individuals and families. Tamil Nadu State health department's suicide helpline: 104 Sneha Suicide Prevention Centre - 044-24640050 (listed as the sole suicide prevention helpline in Tamil Nadu) Andhra Pradesh Life Suicide Prevention: 78930 78930 Roshni: 9166202000, 9127848584 Karnataka Sahai (24-hour): 080 65000111, 080 65000222 Kerala Maithri: 0484 2540530 Chaithram: 0484 2361161 Both are 24-hour helpline numbers. Telangana State government's suicide prevention (tollfree): 104 Roshni: 040 66202000, 6620200 SEVA: 09441778290, 040 27504682 (between 9 am and 7 pm) Aasara offers support to individuals and families during an emotional crisis, for those dealing with mental health issues and suicidal ideation, and to those undergoing trauma after the suicide of a loved one. 24x7 Helpline: 9820466726 Watch this week on Let Me Explain: What the Enjoy Enjaami controversy is about
Bengaluru: The Wakf board on Sunday said it was preparing for a legal battle after the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) declared that Idgah Maidan belonged to the Revenue Department. Objecting to the BBMPs decision, Wakf Board Chairman Shafi Saadi stated that the board would wage a legal battle. The Supreme Court has given a Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .
Besides renovated library building, the western gate entrance way was also opened as NITK celebrated its 63rd Foundation Day
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Plastic ban The country-wide rules mandate a ban from July 1 on manufacturing, import, stocking, distribution, sale, and use of single-use plastic items an industry that is worth Rs 10,000 crore. Rida Fathima Tom Sova/ Pixabay The consistent cry against the use of single-use plastic has turned many citizens to consciously adopt paper packaging and cutlery. The ban of single-use plastic from July 1 across the country has also now left the food service industry to move to paper based packaging as well. But there is a little known fact that this paper used for food packaging is not as sustainable as believed. Environmentalists say that cutlery made from paper is not nearly as eco-friendly as believed, as it has a wax coating on the paper. Sandeep Anirudhan, an environmentalist based in Bengaluru, says that it is both an ecological and health hazard and calls it a significant loophole in the law that permits the production of fused plastic. The Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change notified the Plastic Waste Management Amendment Rules, 2021, in August last year. The rules mandate a ban from July 1 on manufacturing, import, stocking, distribution, sale, and use of single-use plastic items an industry that is worth Rs 10,000 crore. The single-use plastic ban has now come into effect and environmentalists have flagged the loopholes of this particular legislation. The plastic and wax are fused in the food while using paper cups, and because of this, they cannot be recycled, says Sandeep Anirudhan, explaining the lack of awareness about health risks that are associated with the use of paper cups. Furthermore, Radhika Srinivasan, a local environmentalist, says that items with fused plastic linings are prohibited from use as well. But since paper cups are not on the list of banned items, they are in use despite their plastic lining. This law offers no recourse or alternative to business owners who deal with the manufacturing and production of single-use plastic. Ravindra, a former employee of a plastic-producing company is currently unemployed after the company he worked for closed down. Speaking to TNM, he says that while there is a need to ban single-use plastic, employees and business owners need alternatives as well. I am looking for a new job, and there are many like me who have been affected by the ban. The government should make sure we arent collateral damage in the process of this ban, because we do not have any recourse, he explains. BBMP officials have had trouble enforcing the ban since a lot of manufacturers get away with their products being labelled as biodegradable and consider themselves exempt from the ban. Suhani, a student who volunteers with local NGOs stated that legislators and lawmakers need to work closely with environmental experts before putting a law into action, as it can avoid a lot of misgivings such as these. These laws, although well-meaning, are not nearly as well-planned. Are environmentalists consulted? Are the woes of the average worker affected by this decision, considered? If yes, what measures are taken to ensure they do not suffer in the process? Are we factoring in welfare schemes for small business owners and their employees? These are questions that remain unanswered and as a result, public consensus is lost in translation, it is all very concerning, says Suhani. Watch this week on Let Me Explain: What the Enjoy Enjaami controversy is about
Karnataka Rains 2022 Till August 2, a sum of Rs 657 crore was available with the Deputy Commissioners to take up rescue and relief works, and the State government on Saturday released Rs 200 crore for 21 districts. PTI As torrential rains continued to batter many parts of Karnataka on Saturday, August 6, the State government released Rs 200 crore to take up relief and rehabilitation operations, even as Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai instructed the constitution of two more State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) contingents. The Chief Minister, who has tested COVID-19 positive, held a video conference with Deputy Commissioners (DCs) of rain-affected districts, Ministers and officials, and obtained details on flood havoc, landslides, crop losses and relief work undertaken, from his home where he has isolated himself. While 70 people have lost their lives due to incessant rains from June 1 to August 6, a total of 507 livestock loss have been reported during the period. Bommai has instructed the officials to constitute the additional SDRF contingents to strengthen relief and rescue systems, his office said in a statement. Already, SDRF and NDRF contingents have been deployed in the flood-hit areas. The DCs should maintain constant contact with the teams and take up immediate relief and rehabilitation works, he said. Further stating that there is no shortage of funds for relief and rehabilitation operations, the Chief Minister said already Rs 200 crore has been released for 21 districts, and the DCs should take immediate action to disburse compensation for houses destroyed or damaged. According to information, till August 2, a sum of Rs 657 crore was available with the DCs to take up rescue and relief works, and the State government on Saturday released Rs 200 crore for 21 districts. Repair and restoration of roads, bridges and electric supply lines should be taken up immediately. Power supply in villages should be restored and DCs should interact with the electricity supply companies (ESCOMS) concerned in this regard, he said. Adequate stock of electric poles and transformers should be ensured, and crop loss survey should be completed at the earliest and compensation disbursed without any delay, he added. Bommai wanted the officials to issue flood alerts in advance and instructed for action in this regard at Bennehalla in Gadag district, Varada river banks in Haveri district and other places. He also said that alerts should be issued to villages downstream before releasing waters from reservoirs, and precautions should be taken to prevent breach of tank bunds. He wanted the officials to also identify the areas prone to landslides in Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada and Uttara Kannada districts and to shift the people in these areas to safer places. People should be provided with good, quality food at the care centres, he said. While 3,559 houses have been damaged completely due to rains, 17,212 houses have been partially damaged. Agriculture crops in 1,29,087 hectares, horticulture crops in 7,942 hectares, 3,162 km of roads, 8,445 km of rural roads, 1,068 bridges and culverts, 4,531 schools, 222 anganwadis have been damaged. Also, 16,760 electric poles, 1,469 transformers, 409 km of electric wires, and 33 minor irrigation tanks have been damaged.
Controversy The General Council is the apex body of NITI Aayog, and PM Narendra Modi chaired the seventh Governing Council meeting at Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Centre. This is the first physical meeting of the Council after July 2019. PTI File Photo | Facebook The apex public policy think tank of India NITI Aayog, on Saturday, August 6, termed Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's decision to boycott the Governing Council meeting held on Sunday as 'unfortunate'. Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to boycott the meeting of the Governing Council, which will be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as a mark of protest against the alleged discriminatory policies of the Union government towards the states.It is unfortunate that the Chief Minister of Telangana has chosen not to participate in the Governing Council meeting of NITI Aayog to be held on August 7, the Aayog said. The Governing Council, it added, is a forum where the highest political leadership in the country at the Center and State levels deliberate on key development-related issues and agree on appropriate outcome oriented solutions for national development. The Telangana Chief Minister on Saturday told the Prime Minister that he will be boycotting the meeting as a mark of protest against the present 'discriminating' trend of the Union government towards the state governments. In a strongly-worded letter to Modi, Telangana CM KCR said, India as a strong nation can develop only when the states develop. KCR also listed a host of reasons for boycotting the meet. I do not find it useful to attend the 7th Governing Council meeting of NITI Aayog scheduled to be held on August 7, 2022 and I am staying away from it as a mark of strong protest against the present trend of central government to discriminate against the states and not treating them as equal partners in our collective effort to make India a strong and developed country, he added. NITI Aayog in a statement dismissed the charges levelled by KCR. The Aayog said a delegation led by its Vice Chairman met the Telangana Chief Minister in Hyderabad on January 21, 2021, to discuss development issues pertaining to the state. More recently, despite requests made by NITI Aayog for a meeting, the Chief Minister did not respond, it added. The statement pointed out that in preparation for the August 7, 2022, Governing Council meeting, detailed consultations between the Union government and States, including Telangana, were held resulting in the first National Chief Secretaries Conference held in Dharamshala in June 2022. The allegation of Hon'ble CM Telangana that states were not co-opted in preparation of agenda is incorrect, it said. The statement noted that NITI Aayog was set up as an Institution with the mandate of cooperative federalism with a premise that strong states make a strong nation. A number of measures have already been put in place to work closely with states, it said, adding that in the last year alone more than 30 meetings have been held with the chief ministers of states by the Vice Chairman, and members of NITI Aayog. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the seventh Governing Council meeting of the NITI Aayog at Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Centre on Sunday, in which discussions will be held on various issues such as crop diversification and implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP). The Council, the apex body of NITI Aayog, includes all chief ministers, lieutenant governors of Union Territories and several Union ministers. The prime minister is the Chairman of NITI Aayog. This will be the first physical meeting of the Council after July 2019. Watch this week on Let Me Explain: What the Enjoy Enjaami controversy is about
Bengaluru:The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) will launch a new project under which it will provide tuitions to poor children studying in the third and fifth standards from August 15 in coordination with NGOs. The project will be launched at places across Bengaluru on pilot basis under the Vidyarthi Belaku Adhyayana Kendra scheme. Also ReadKarnataka Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .
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Ukraines Vatican envoy suggests papal visit may be imminent Rome: The Ukrainian ambassador to the Vatican suggested that Pope Francis might soon visit the war-torn country. Ukraine has been waiting for the head of the Catholic Church since Russian launched its ongoing war on February 24, Andrii Yurash said in a tweet following an  The post Ukraines Vatican envoy suggests papal visit may be imminent appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Senate Democrats clear first hurdle on healthcare & climate bill Washington: US Senate Democrats advanced their long-delayed health care, tax and climate bill following months of uncertainty over whether the major legislation could be passed before the November mid-term elections. The Senate voted on Saturday along party lines, 50-50, to start debate on the  The post Senate Democrats clear first hurdle on healthcare & climate bill appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Domestic Violence The videos of her husband assaulting her went viral and triggered massive outrage, with hashtags calling for justice trending on social media. TNM Staff Screengrab A 30-year-old Sikh woman Mandeep Kaur, residing in New York of US, died by suicide, on August 3, after sending a video to her family in which she described years of domestic abuse by her husband Ranjodhbeer Singh Sandhu. Based on her video, an FIR was registered in the Najibabad area against the in-laws and husband of the woman, police said. Mandeep Kaur, aged 30, in the video sent to her father had spoken of years of domestic violence. In the 2.49 minute video sent to him, Mandeep has alleged that Ranjodhveer used to beat her daily, said her father Jaspal Singh, a resident of Taharpur in Najibabad. In the video, Mandeep, seen crying and distressed, says she cannot take the abuse anymore and also talks about taking her own life. She also alleged that Ranjodhveer had extramarital affairs with other women and used to beat her after drinking alcohol whenever she objected. According to reports, she was being tortured for being unable to give birth to a male child. Kaur leaves behind two young daughters aged 4 and 6 years. The CCTV videos of her husband assaulting her went viral in social media and triggered massive outrage, with hashtags calling for justice trending. The videos also show the two children, who are currently in custody of the father, screaming and begging him not to hit their mother. Based on the compaint filed by the father of the deceased, an FIR has been filed against Ranjodhveer under sections 306 (abetment to suicide) and 498A (dowry demand) of the Indian Penal Code, Najibabad police station in-charge Ravindra Kumar Verma said on Saturday. Najibabad Circle Officer Gajendra Pal Singh said that the police have also registered a case against the mother-in-law, father-in-law and brother-in-law of the deceased. Her father Jaspal Singh said that in 2015, Mandeep was married to Ranjodhveer, a resident of Badhiya village in Najibabad and in 2018, both went to America. Ranjodhveer had taken a truck on loan, Jaspal said, adding he also used to beat her daughter for demanding Rs 50 lakhs. Ranjodhveer has been arrested in the US after Mandeep's suicide. Mandeep's post-mortem has been done and her husband is in police custody there, Jaspal added. Meanwhile, the Indian Consulate expressed condolences on social media. We are deeply saddened by the death of Mandeep Kaur in Queens, New York under most tragic circumstances. We are in touch with the US authorities at Federal and local level as well as the community. We stand ready to render all assistance, the Indian Consulate tweeted Saturday. If you are aware of anyone facing mental health issues or feeling suicidal, please provide help. Here are some helpline numbers of suicide prevention organisations that can offer emotional support to individuals and families. Tamil Nadu State health department's suicide helpline: 104 Sneha Suicide Prevention Centre - 044-24640050 (listed as the sole suicide prevention helpline in Tamil Nadu) Andhra Pradesh Life Suicide Prevention: 78930 78930 Roshni: 9166202000, 9127848584 Karnataka Sahai (24-hour): 080 65000111, 080 65000222 Kerala Maithri: 0484 2540530 Chaithram: 0484 2361161 Both are 24-hour helpline numbers. Telangana State government's suicide prevention (tollfree): 104 Roshni: 040 66202000, 6620200 SEVA: 09441778290, 040 27504682 (between 9 am and 7 pm) Aasara offers support to individuals and families during an emotional crisis, for those dealing with mental health issues and suicidal ideation, and to those undergoing trauma after the suicide of a loved one. 24x7 Helpline: 9820466726 (With PTI inputs) Watch this week on Let Me Explain: What the Enjoy Enjaami controversy is about
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Actress Sneha Tomar recently baffled friends and fans when she uploaded a picture onInstagramwith sindoor on her forehead. However, the actress has now issued a clarification that she is not married and the sindoor was just a part of her photo shoot. Talking about the picture that created a stir, Sneha says, A few days ago, I posted a picture on Instagram after a photo shoot and I didn't see that I forgot to remove my sindoor. As soon as I put up the picture, I started getting calls from my friends and family. Some were questioning me, 'Tune Shadi kab kiya', while another said, 'Shadi karli aur bataya bhi nahi.' I can't even explain the number of calls I received from my family and friends asking similar questions, which made me worried. My fans started sending congratulatory texts to me, and it added more tension to the situation. Sending messages to clarify everyone out there, Sneha says, I want to clarify to everyone that I am not married. That sindoor was just a part of my photo shoot and has nothing to do with my real life. I would like to ask the friends and fans that have showered wishes for me to please keep them safe with you and pour them on me when I get married for real. Meanwhile, on the professional front, the actress is all set to be seen in the forthcoming show Sherdil Shergill. She has been a part of shows like Kahan Hum Kahan Tum, Sasural Simar Ka 2 and Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki. Heavy rain alert in Karnataka-Chhattisgarh to Maharashtra today African swine fever came after Lumpy virus, more than 100 pigs died Appeal for not drinking milk of lumpy virus-infected cows, 11 districts severely affected
With 40 fatalities, including eight deaths reconciled by Kerala, the death toll has climbed to 5,26,689. The new fatalities include nine from Maharashtra, four each from Chhattisgarh and West Bengal, three from Manipur, two from Madhya Pradesh and one each from Bihar, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Meghalaya, Odisha, Punjab and Tripura.
Due to active monsoon across the country, the situation is inadequate due to heavy rains in many states. In fact, due to heavy rains in Karnataka, many districts are in a flood-like situation. Let us tell you that the India Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall in 27 districts of the state. With this, six districts have been put on red alert. Let us tell you that an orange alert has been issued for 11 districts and a yellow alert for 10 districts. At the same time, the Met department said that south Karnataka, Konkan, Goa and Odisha will receive heavy rainfall for the next five days. On the other hand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, and Telangana are likely to receive rain today. Meanwhile, moderate to heavy rain is expected in Vidarbha, Gujarat, and West Bengal on August 8. Apart from this, Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada, Kodagu, Shivamogga, Hassan, Mandya, Mysuru, Davangere, Tumakuru, Ramnagar, Yadgir, Koppala, Haveri, Bidar, Kalaburagi, Gadag and Chikkamagaluru in Karnataka have been receiving heavy rainfall for the past few days. Apart from this, a red alert of rain has been issued in Chhattisgarh. In fact, according to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy to very heavy rain in many areas today. Let us know that the Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for the next 72 hours in many districts. Heavy rain and thundershowers accompanied by thundershowers are likely to occur in Bastar, Dantewada, Bijapur, Sukma, Kondagaon, Kanker, Narayanpur, Dhamtari and Gariaband districts. Apart from this, the monsoon will be active in many districts during the next 24 hours in Uttar Pradesh and due to this, light to moderate rainfall is likely to occur in many districts. However, it will be cloudy in most of the districts today. At the same time, according to the Meteorological Department, winds can also blow at a speed of 40-50 km during this period. At the same time, in Delhi-NCR, the sky will be cloudy on Sunday and there may be light to moderate rain in some areas. Now, more than 400 cattle died of lumpy skin disease in Punjab Farmer's son became 14th Vice-President, from PM to President congratulates What are the prices of petrol and diesel in your city today, know here
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The department of public instruction has decided to conduct full-day classes on Saturdays, for 16 weeks, starting from August 6, to compensate for school holidays announced due to heavy rain in Dakshina Kannada, said K Sudhakar, DDPI, Dakshina Kannada. The Dakshina Kannada district administration had declared holidays for all schools in the district, in June and July, for several days. Except for Sullia taluk, the majority of the taluks have given about eight days of holidays to date, in total. Sullia taluk declared more than 12 holidays, as it was the worst affected by rain.
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A woman sustained injuries after she was hit with an iron rod, after which her gold ornaments were robbed in Kundapur on Friday. The incident took place when Devaki,35, had gone to pick up her son from school.
Former vice-chancellor K E Lawande has advised scientists and farmers involved in onion production to rise to the occasion and produce export-worthy onions to make it economically sustainable.
The much-awaited Akhila Bharata Kannada Sahitya Sammelana will be held tentatively in November in Haveri city. The activities for the mega event have began in Haveri with the office for the meet has being set up at the office of the information and public relations here.
Karnataka Raita Sangha (Hubballi) will take out a Padayatra from the railway station to Kittur Rani Chennamma Circle to press for various demands on August 8.
Lack of proper maintenance and inadequate facilities are plaguing the girl students residing in a backward classes hostel in Subhash Nagar of Belagavi city.Incessant rain has been wreaking havoc in the district since a month, leaving a trail of destruction.
The Belgaum Orthopaedic Surgeons Society (BOSS), which observed Bone and Joint Day in association with Belagavi Institute of Medical Sciences (BIMS) and Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), has organised various health and awareness programmes throughout the week.
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CID police have arrested eight more candidates in connection with the PSI recruitment scam in Kalaburagi. The arrested are Bhagwanthraya Jogur, Kallappa Siddappa Allapur, Raviraj, Peerappa Sidnal, Shrishail Hacchada, Siddugouda Sharanappa Patil, Somanath and Vijayakumar Gudur.
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The district rural labour workers organisation has said that under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS), workers have not got proper wages and technology changes regarding attendance were pushing labourers away from the scheme.
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Filmmaker Manish Mundra has announced on Twitter, that he has donated Rs 11 lakh to the family of Praveen Nettaru, who was murdered at Bellare in Dakshina Kannada district recently.
A class IX student died after he sustained head injuries at Bolwar in Puttur on Friday. The deceased is Sushan Rai,14, the son of Manohar Rai, and a student of Sudana Residential School. It is suspected that he may have fallen from one of the floors of a residential complex.
A police head constable attached to Konaje police station in Mangaluru, died of a heart attack, when he was on duty on Saturday. The deceased is Jagannath P,44, a 2000 batch policeman.
Dakshina Kannada district minister V Sunil Kumar said that there are plans to hoist six lakh tricolours at houses and business establishments in Dakshina Kannafa district, as a part of the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign, being held to commemorate the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, from August 13 to
Corporators from the ruling BJP and Congress in the opposition, raised issues related to the recent flash floods, and damage caused to several houses in the city, at a monthly general council meeting of the Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) on Saturday.
Deputy leader of opposition in assembly and Mangaluru MLA U T Khader, said that the BJP government in Karnataka has failed to tackle natural calamities that hit the coastal districts and other parts of the state.
The National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK) Surathkal, launched several activities on its 63rd Foundation Day observed on Saturday. A remodelled library, and the newly built NITK west side entrance were inaugurated.
Filmmaker Manish Mundra has announced on Twitter, that he has donated Rs 11 lakh to the family of Praveen Nettaru, who was murdered at Bellare in Dakshina Kannada district recently.